Bryan and Kellan discuss the nature of the industry in relation to politics. How does one navigate through lawmakers intent on prohibiting cannabis? What will the laws look like in the future? Why should cannabis be legal in the first place? All this and more on this weeks episode of The Dime!
*About the Hosts*
Bryan Fields has 8+ years of technical marketing experience ranging from website development to analytical strategy. From creating unconventional solutions for the ficklest of scientists to spearheading a successful meme-themed Instagram page, his approach to business is innovative, curiosity driven, and sprinkled with good-natured humor. After earning his Master’s Degree in Digital Entrepreneurship from Strayer University, which partnered with Jon Steinberg’s Cheddar Network, he spent his time working for a spectroscopic instrumentation company that’s primary focus was on customized OEM development.
Kellan Finney currently serves as the Chair for the Extraction and Processing Committee for Emerald Scientific. His previous experience ranges from speaking at MJBizCon in the fall of 2019 on extraction science to managing the industrial-scale, carbon dioxide-based supercritical fluid extraction and ethanol extraction facilities for a cultivation and extraction company. In addition to serving as lead scientist he developed various standard operating protocols in extraction and designed methods for isolation, purification and quantification of medicinal marijuana products. Prior to his experience in the cannabinoid extraction industry Kellan has a master’s in Metabolic Engineering and Chemistry from Northern Arizona University. Additionally, Kellan’s background in analytical chemistry includes working on the Native America Cancer Prevention grant where he quantified uranium and plutonium on the Navajo reservation.
Bryan and Kellan cofounded Eighth Revolution, a resource for all your industry needs from capital to cannabinoids.
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